The HFC In-Home Care Grant Program relieves caregivers, giving them time to rest, recharge and focus on their personal and professional life. Delivered with our partner, Home Instead, HFC’s Care Grants provide 3-6 months of free, professional, in-home care.
HFC’s Online Support Groups are free and designed to help people who are navigating their way through any stage of an Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis. And they’re scheduled to fit with caregivers’ busy lives.
HFC offers caregiver bereavement groups for adult children and spouses/partners. Groups run weekly for 10 weeks.
Esta es una oportunidad única para aquellas personas que tienen a su cargo del cuidado de un ser amado que vive con la enfermedad del Alzheimer. Estos grupos íntimos con no más de 10 personas son guiados por trabajadoras sociales licenciadas y líderes de grupo capacitados que tienen experiencia en el apoyo de cuidadores de personas con Alzheimer. Los grupos en línea de HFC son GRATUITOS.
FTD Caregiver Support Group
HFC is excited to offer a new online support group for caregivers caring for someone living with Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD).
Black and African American Caregiver Support Group
HFC is excited to offer a new online support group designed for Black and African American family caregivers caring for someone living with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.
Male Caregiver Support Group
HFC is excited to offer a new online support group for male caregivers caring for someone living with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.
HFC provides free, educational, interactive, and informative online events throughout the year. We cover a range of topics to support you while you provide care to a loved one with Alzheimer’s - especially around your own health and well-being!
For caregiver-specific inquiries, please connect with us at email@example.com.
HFC's annual storytelling and photography contest, Humans of Dementia, invites young people to share their personal stories of loss, fear, resilience, and hope in the face of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. High school and college students submit photos or essays, with winning submissions posted across HFC’s channels to drive awareness and inspire change. Congratulations to our 2022 winners!